Devonshire Road Rock Gardens :: Shared Description

Bispham Rock Gardens; also known as Devonshire Road Rock Gardens; is a municipal park located in Bispham which is an important wildlife resource and contains a number of rare species. The gardens were founded in the early 1900s and were opened to the public in 1925.

Built upon the site of Beryl Hill (A Celtic name meaning Hill, Hill, Hill) which allegedly was the site of a cairn and a beacon to warn of a Napoleonic invasion. The gardens run downhill toward Inver Road.
by David Dixon
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SD3138 : Entrance to Devonshire Road Rock Gardens by David Dixon
SD3138 : The Rock Gardens, Bispham by David Dixon
SD3138 : Bispham Rock Gardens by David Dixon
SD3138 : Path in Devonshire Road Rock Gardens by David Dixon
SD3138 : Pool at Devonshire Road Rock Gardens by David Dixon

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Created: Sat, 8 Feb 2020, Updated: Sat, 8 Feb 2020

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